Overcome Depression with Advanced Hypnotherapy
Depression doesn’t discriminate. It can feel like a fog rolling in, or often it can be a reaction to a distressing or traumatic life event. Depression is often anger about something turned inwards over a lengthy period of time.
Symptoms include; low mood, lack of interest in activities, body pains and aches, insomnia, feeling numb, constant crying, over eating, exhaustion or overwhelming fear about the future.
Scientific research studies have shown that excessive stress over a prolonged period of time can lead to mental and physical illness, including depression, hypertension and nervous breakdown.
Treatment methods usually include SSRI anti-depressants which are often aimed at the symptom, as well as talk therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), but with Hypnotherapy techniques, the aim is to resolve the deeper underlying causes of depression and once the self-sabotaging thoughts and negative behaviours have been resolved, hypnotic suggestibility helps to improve and correct other related patterns such as restless sleep, fear, low energy or libido, inner pain and feelings of despair.
Consistent refinements have allowed Advanced hypnotherapy to proceed as an advanced form of therapy in helping alleviate symptoms as well as the inner causes of depression and chronic anxiety.
Usually 3 – 5 sessions
Advanced hypnotherapy and NLP with Max Kirsten
- A unique combination of hypnosis, NLP and latest cognitive behavioural techniques
- Transform negative anxious thoughts and your experience of the world
- A powerful, refined and effective way to enhance your confidence
IMPORTANT: Please note that the effects of therapy may differ for different clients. No therapy can give you a 100% guarantee of a cure. All clients are required to complete a questionnaire form before undertaking hypnotherapy, in which you will be asked to disclose certain medical information. Whilst clinical hypnotherapy is very safe, if you are epileptic, or undergoing psychiatric treatment, then you should obtain a letter from your medical practitioner to confirm that you may have hypnotherapy.